cover note


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cover note

n
(Insurance) Brit a certificate issued by an insurance company stating that a policy is operative: used as a temporary measure between the commencement of cover and the issue of the policy
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cover note

n (Insurance) → polizza (di assicurazione) provvisoria
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In the cover note, Charles S Faulkner of the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, notes that UN-facilitated efforts toward a comprehensive solution intensified in this reporting period, during which the leaders and negotiators continued to make progress in settlement talks.
An Insurance company (the "Insurer") reinsured the risks which it covers under its motor insurance policies through an insurance broker (the "Broker") with a reinsurance company (the "Reinsurer") which signed a cover note issued by the Broker.
Or is that a cover note in advance should they fail to finish in the top six?
It is important to note that even cover note should have some compulsory detail i.
He later provided his licence and MOT certificate but no insurance certificate, and police discovered he had an insurance cover note which did not come into force until February 4.
Dr Briscoe has also indicated her support for the potential role of this book in the Asian region by her cover note within the publication.
Anthony Donald Evans Limited set itself an aggressive policy of writing insurance business at a low cost but with higher charges if the policyholder did not validate the information they needed to after the cover note was issued.
A cover note asks the Belgian Embassy in Cairo to transmit the letter and the draft to Belgian FM Steven Vanackere, who now holds the rotating EU presidency.
A cover note said it stemmed from a brainstorming session and accepted that some of the ideas were "far-fetched".
A cover note said the paper stemmed from a brainstorming session and accepted that some of the ideas were "far-fetched".
On June 12 officers received an insurance cover note for six vehicles operated by Mr Singh, covering any authorised driver aged 25 to 65, with three years' experience on a full driving licence and one year's taxi licence experience.
As they informed me, you can go to any post office, with any old tax disc, fill out a formwith no ID and the good old boys at the DVLA will forward the amount owing on the disc to be sent to the address that you give them, while to get your car taxed you need three forms, a V10, MOT (current) insurance certificate or cover note.